“I learned a lot” Netizens criticize Red Velvet’s Irene after she revealed what she learned during hiatus – Knetizen

“I learned a lot” Red Velvet’s Irene, who returned after 10 months, reveals her current condition

On August 1, Red Velvet held their 7th debut anniversary party on ‘V Live’. During the livestream, the members looked back on their experiences, unfortunate injuries, and funny episodes. Irene, who will be returning to Red Velvet’s group activities following her attitude controversy, talked about what she did during her hiatus.

She said, “I worked out a lot and learned a lot. I am learning how to draw. I don’t think I’m very good at drawing.”

To this comment, the members complimented that Irene has “improved a lot,” and she responded, “I learned that and also learned more dance.”

She also shared that she has been taking a lot of pictures of the sky and that her photography compositions have changed since learning how to draw. The member further revealed that Irene has been doing almost all of the household chores in their dorm, even cooking takoyaki for the members from scratch. cr

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1. I thought she learned something after reflecting on herself, but she was just enjoying her lifeㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ

2. Just looking at the screenshots, looks like she’s lost a lot of weight

3. Well, is this what you learned? Crazy

4. Crazy, even though they were suspended from activities because of her scandal, she calmly talked about eating well and living well

5. She means she had a good vacation

6. I thought she learned something else

7. I just feel sorry for the victim who was bullied by her and her fans

8. I thought she learned a lot after reflectingㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ But it’s crazy that she said she learned how to draw

9. So she’s saying she’s doing well despite her scandal

10. Daebak.. After all, people don’t change

11. Another meaning of learningㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ

What do you think?

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